Kids Paint
Paint Area:
600 sq. ft.
Suggested Total
Paint Consumption:
7.97 (Layer)
Clean water
Dilution Rate:
Suggested Total
Undercoat Usage:
Nippon Paint Ultra Sealer III (Exterior) 10261.75 Litre (1 coat)
1. The above values are estimated consumption for reference only.
The actual data may vary depending on application condition.
2. General loss factor is around 15-20%.
3. The above calculation does not include the surface area of the ceiling.
Painting Tips
To secure the effective performance of the painting system,
the very first step is to check for surface imperfections.
Check the application surfaces.
i) If there are any marks, wipe away with a mild detergent.
ii) If the old coat is flaky, remove the old coat completely with a scraper.
iii) If there is rust, remove with a wire brush.
iv) If there is any needle or screw holes, fill with a wall filler and polish with a fine sand paper.
v) If there is fungus, remove with anti-fungus solution.
Pick a fine dry day to paint. To avoid unsatisfactory result, do not paint when it is high humid (>85%).
Keep the application area well-ventilated and do not work near naked flame.
Have all tools and protective clothing handy: paint brushes, rollers, bucket, step-ladder, old newspaper, scraper, cloth, Nipsea masking tape, mask and apron.
To avoid soiling, cover furniture, floor windows and doors with old newspapers or plastic sheets for protection
Wear mask, protective clothing, gloves and hat.
Read the instructions carefully before applying any paint. Dilute the paint as instructed and stir well.
Painting 123
Simple 3 steps to DIY your home.
Wear gloves, mask, protective clothing and hat.
Read the instructions carefully before applying any paint. Dilute the paint as instructed and stir well.
Apply 1-2 coat of sealer/primer to all surfaces. Work your way downward from ceiling to walls.
Apply 2 finish coats for best result. (Remark: If bright colour is desired, 3 to 4 coats should be applied.)
Clean all painting tools immediately after use.
Keep undiluted and unused paint in a sealed container for later touch-ups.
Do not pour unused paint down any drain as this will cause environmental pollution. Empty the paint can on a stack of old newspapers and leave to dry.
Apply a coat of primer/sealer on the sanded surface and leave to dry.
Shake the can well for at least 30 seconds.
Press the nozzle of the spray can with your index finger and spray the work surface from left to right from a distance of 25-30 cm.
For better results, applying several thin coats instead of one thick coat.
Before putting the unused portion of paint away, turn the spray can upside down. Press the nozzle for 2 seconds to empty any residual paint on the nozzle and avoid blockage.
1. Do not puncture or incinerate can.
2. Do not spray near fire or open flame.
3. Can should be stored in cool dry place below 40ºC avoiding rust and corrosion.
4. Spray in a well ventilated area and protect near by objects from over spray.
5. Be sure surface is free from dirt, grease, etc
Paint Calculator
A few simple steps to calculate the amount of paint.
Principle : (Room Height x Total Wall Width) - Area of Doors and Windows
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Painting FAQ
How to get the paint work done perfectly by rollers?
Where should I start to paint?
How to avoid a strong odour?
Here you can find a list of questions and answers about paints and the painting procedures.
About Paint
About Paint
How to I choose a wall paint?
Do I need to apply sealer/primer?
What is an "undercoat"?
Why is a top coat necessary?
About Paint Method
About Paint Method
What are the basic application procedures to get the paint work done?
What are the tips for treating newly plastered walls?
What are the tips for treating old walls?
How do I calculate the total work area for the painting job?
What are the common tools for applying emulsion?
What are the tips for using new brush?
What should I beware of during painting?
How to get the paint work done by rollers?
What are the differences between applying the paint by roller or brush?
Where should I start the to paint ?
About ECO Paint
About ECO Paint
How to avoid strong odour during painting?
What is VOC?
How to choose environmental-friendly paint?
What is the different between solvent-based & water-based paints? How to relate to our health?
What is Colorant? What is Eco-Colorant?
Which kind of paint has ECO-colorant inside?
What is Formaldehyde?
How is formaldehyde harm to Health?
What is the relationship between Bamboo charcoal & Formaldehyde?
What is the principle of Formaldehyde Abatement technology?
Wall FAQ
How to treat the fungus on wall? How to treat the crack?
Here you can find a list of questions and answers
about paints and the painting procedures.
How to treat the fungus on wall?
Recommended solutions:
1. High-pressure washing of all affected areas supplemented with manual scrubbing if necessary
2. Treat surface with Anti-fungus solution to terminate growth of organisms embedded in the concrete
3. Wash again to remove any residue and allow to dry. Make good the defects
The old coat is cracked How to treat the crack?
The crack is developed from the concrete. Using high elastic emulsion paint, this can cover the hair crack and have high protection on the wall to make a smooth & perfect surface performance.
I discover that the wall is discolouring. What should I do?
Recommended solutions:
1. Scrape off the discolouring area and sand to smooth.
2. Apply one coat of alkaline-resistant sealer.
3. Apply top coats with durable color and alkaline-resistant features.
Why there are some powders on the paint surface after applying the paint?
The formation of loose, powdery pigment on the surface may caused by various reasons:
1. Over dilution of paint 
2. Fail to apply sealer is before applying paint. 
3. High humidity in the application areas. 
Recommended solutions: 1. Remove the chalking areas completely and apply 1 coat of sealer before applying the top coat.
Some “bubbles” (water pockets) appear on the interior walls of my house after painting. What should I do?
Possible reasons: Bubbles are caused by water seepage or high humid condition. Recommended solutions: 
1. Avoid to paint on wet or high humid day 
2. Check for cracks on wall and patch them with filler. 
3. Scrape off the “bubbles” and sand to dry. 
4.Leave the area to dry completely before paint.
What may affect discolouration?
Possible reasons:
1. Different application method and time. 
2.Different gloss level of the paint. 
3. Uneven film coat thickenss. 
4. Light and shadow in the application areas may affect the colour tone.